After more than 50 years and eight nominations, David Hackett has taken his rightful place in the Skateboarding Hall of Fame. And Growing Bolder was there for the induction ceremony and celebration.
Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton says struggling to hold onto the illusion of youth while avoiding the realities of aging is a losing and ultimately self-destructive effort.
Kay Castle-Brinker believes that grandmothers have the power and the obligation to help leave a legacy of peace, acceptance and compassion. That led her to creating The Granny P.A.C.™, a Granny-selected combination of children’s books with positive messages of kindness and acceptance, wrapped in a handmade “pac.”
By the time Jeannette Bajalia turned 55, she’d already experienced what many of us go through in a full lifetime. That journey inspired her to a new career, disrupting the financial services industry, and empowering women across America to make the health-wealth connection and find their worth.
Surfer-turned-skateboarder David Hackett is an innovator, a risk-taker and a game-changer. He’s a cultural icon and a positive force in the lives of so many, and soon he may have a new title: Skateboarding Hall of Famer. Read the letter Growing Bolder’s Marc Middleton wrote on Hackett’s behalf and find out why we think he belongs in the Hall of Fame.
Healthcare starts at home. We are all our own primary care provider and positive lifestyle modification is the ultimate solution to lowering future healthcare costs and improving the quality of life for all of us as we age.
In his first year racing with IMSA, the International Motor Sports Association, Dr. Robert Masson has exceeded even his own hopes and dreams for what he could do behind the wheel. Recently, he took the wheel at the first-ever IMSA Prototype Challenge Presented by Mazda, at the legendary Daytona International Speedway. What happened next? Come along as Growing Bolder brings you exclusive access from the pre-race autographs through the celebration in Victory Lane.
Larry Pino’s story is one shared by countless Americans. After his father passed away, Larry’s mother lived on her own — until she couldn’t anymore. That led Larry to some soul-searching and a series of difficult caregiving decisions. When he couldn’t find a senior living facility that he thought was right for his mom, he built his own! That has led to a reinvention of senior living, from the ground up, and the launch of Tuscan Gardens.
Who says you’re too old to play? Part of Growing Bolder is staying active, moving more and remembering to embrace fun and joy every day. And now, a breakthrough program at the University of Central Florida is helping build intergenerational relationships that lead to a win-win situation: kids who aren’t afraid of getting older and adults who are encouraged to get and stay healthy.
Growing Bolder Founder and CEO Marc Middleton has been named one of the top swimmers in the world in his age group. Find out how your stories inspired him to return to the pool after a 35-year absence and get inspired to find a new or rediscover an old passion in your life.